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  1. jorobsand

    Turn Signal Fault

    For the past couple of weeks, I have been getting a Turn Signal Fault indication on my dash of my Model S. Couple strange things to note about the fault: I can find nothing wrong with any of the lights themselves. All appear to be operating correcting. I receive the fault exactly twice each...
  2. voip-ninja

    PSA - left turn signal doesn't reset - defective steering control module

    Just a PSA here, apparently a large # of vehicles were manufactuered somewhere in the 99x, 100x VIN series that have a defective steering control module. This has been discussed recently in the "other" forum but owners here might want to be aware of the problem so if they are stung with it they...
  3. A

    Signal light controls

    Since I am a one right handed ( left arm amputee), I have to reach through the steering wheel to tap the lever on the left side. This works reasonably well to activate the turn signal or lane change, but having to cancel the flasher, the flasher may cycle a number of times. This is distracting...
  4. Silicon Desert

    Top wish on my grocery list: Side camera display on lane change

    When reading the various threads about rear camera display changes on V9 (can't show on top any more), some people indicate they use the rear camera for blind-spot monitoring, etc. The rear camera doesn't have a wide enough field of view for that, but I suppose it helps in some cases. My hope...
  5. Reekdog

    Upgrading the Side Turn Signal Markers

    I have a 2016 (series 1 AP) facelift MS with gray leather interior, arachnid wheels, custom dash package tray, replaced console sliding door with factory carbon fiber door, custom mats, black lugs & red rim savers, etc. my next planned modifications is replacing the side markers with the new "AP...
  6. Daniellane

    Model 3 Turn Signal Quirkiness/Solution

    I find the Model 3 turn signals to be very finicky. I finally figured out what the trick was… When you press lightly on them up or down you will get three turn signal flashes and then it will automatically shut off. If you push fully up or down the turn signals will stay on until you turn the...
  7. dndcruz

    Small Turn signals and no Fog lamps on Model 3

    Model 3 seems to have small & inadequate turn signals in the front ,as seen in the picture below of a RC. Also below when DRL is on , the yellow corner light activates with a small white led ( which seems to be acting as an extension of the DRL's ) , hence no fog lamp . Feels inadequate and...
  8. S

    Turn Signal Chime Not Working

    So fellow beta testers, or "owners" rather, I've noticed some strangeness in 2.50.144 with regards to the turn signals. My rough observations are: turn signal on, chime is silent for 4 blinks, then goes for 12 blinks with chime, then goes silent turn signal on, chime goes for 19 blinks, then...
  9. SamGarber

    Turn signal sound does not work while main (17inch) display is rebooting

    So I had the pleasure of rebooting the display today while driving due to Slacker being stuck and not doing anything. I had to turn right before, and my turn signal was going when I rebooted. I normally rely on the sound to tell me it is still engaged, but since the display took like 30...
  10. SuperCoug

    Do white LED lights strobe when turn signals are on? Video appears to say "Yes"

    I was looking at some video clips that I shot at the Seattle stop of the Get Amped Tour and I noticed something strange as one of the cars pulled up to the curb. There is a rapid strobe that can be seen on the while LED lights on the same side of the car as the active turn signal. Look at the...
  11. Stuart

    Amber rear turn signals?

    Below is a suggestion I made to the good people at Tesla. They requested I post it it to the teslamotorsclub forum because they're interested in seeing how much support there is from other people. Elon Musk has talked a lot about safety being a priority and I'm very glad about that. But why...

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